Ng, Sze May; Finnigan, Lynne; Connellan, Linda; Kiernan, Caitriona; Coward, Shirley
November 2014
Archives of Disease in Childhood;Nov2014, Vol. 99 Issue 11, p1059
Academic Journal
The article explores the use of an integrated pediatric electronic diabetes information management system Twinkle.Net, in achieving diabetes management in children. It suggests routine uploading of blood glucose meters and insulin pumps in outpatient clinics. It also discusses factors that improve the care of pediatric patients with diabetes including national audit, peer review and the development of national guidelines.


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